My resignation was not sudden or spurred on by anyone. I thought about it every day since the elections in August. writes Patricia de Lille.
We should hang our heads in shame over those 94 needless deaths, writes Tinyinko Maluleke.
The concept of a war room inside the ANC did not begin in Luthuli House in the lead-up to 2016 elections, writes Don Makatile.
The Esidimeni tragedy shows public servants need to be guided by morals and ethics; not the whims of their political masters, writes Ryland Fisher.
Africans have the ability to adapt and survive even the most cataclysmic events, writes Adrian Ephraim.
Peace prospects in Northern Ireland rest on parties committing to power-sharing in line with Good Friday Peace Agreement, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Donald Trump's executive order is an act of manipulative security politics, and has nothing to do with keeping Americans safe, writes Alan Greene.
The now closed King David Golf Course is a smack in the face to the surrounding community who have no suitable space for ...
Australia's Minister for International Development says her country has been a long-term friend of South Africa.
The inescapable reality is that 94 people died on Qedani Mahlangu's watch, writes Lebogang Seale.
In truth, Trump's Muslim ban is little different to what has come to pass in America over the past 200 to 300 years, says Azad Essa.
SA needs a professional, independent public broadcaster offering context, professional fact-checked news and a multitude ...
Radio correspondent Ahmed Abba faces the death penalty for doing his job - reporting on conflict and security in Cameroon, writes Peter Nkanga.
Nazi Germany's murder of Jews during Holocaust was cold-blooded, writes Shelley Palmer.
Gandhi’s legacy, challenged by recent allegations of racial superiority, will be remembered on the anniversary of his assassination, writes ES Reddy.